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Bohemians will take a 1-0 lead right into a sold-out Aviva Stadium in Dublin after a formidable victory in opposition to F91 Dudelange within the first leg of the second qualifying spherical of the UEFA Europa Conference League in Luxembourg.
Kevin Long’s aspect got here into the sport as slight favourites with odds of 6/5 and got here out of the sport the aspect with the benefit after a aim from Ross Tierney after quarter-hour.
Dawson Devoy was as soon as once more too sizzling to deal with for the opposition and shone on a sunny night, creating the chance that Tierney was capable of pounce on.
Dudelange have been visibly annoyed all through the sport with two yellow playing cards by the top of the primary half.
Bohs, alternatively, seemed comfy with their one-goal lead.
The house aspect’s frustration continued within the second half as possibilities and penalty calls didn’t go their manner on the Stade Jos Nosbaum.
However, the aspect began to take management of the tie and mount stress on the guests.
Players equivalent to Bojic and Van Den Herkhof had possibilities that they didn’t put away, with Bohs persevering with to defend.
Substitutions started to occur with goalscorer Tierney coming off instead of Conor Livingston.
The last 10 minutes have been robust for the Boh’s males who needed to cope with an pressing wave of Dudelange stress however did their greatest to remain compact and snuff out the hazard.
They survived the onslaught after an additional six minutes have been added on and can now take their lead again to Dublin, the place 8,000 followers will await them on the Aviva Stadium subsequent week.
However, they should keep away from defeat to progress in 90 minutes because of the away rule being abolished earlier than this season started.
Bohemians host F91 Dudelange on the Aviva Stadium in Dublin subsequent Thursday for the second leg of the second qualifying spherical of the UEFA Europa Conference League with kick-off scheduled for 7:45 pm.
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